Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
JANE CABLE GCOtGC iARJI McCUTCICOK MM. by Mifti Company. s iitfly stwvi j as" pm-edcil wiu-il'iy throng'i j tbe ttoxt mbriiiiix 'Hijnsenicr walked down list- DrivH !i whs a crisp daj, mid luui .limv s.wcpi ..from the iu> that a visit fnuij jSic was not umliUel.v, ;md he; warned to be fivsli flear Halfway down met Jane Cable coming froni. the: home of a I'riciid, lie- never" had Iie.r looking so beautiful, so :fnJ! of -the joy of ih'ing Her friendly, ftpnrkling smile "a luomeiitary jKiujj of sluiniv into Uis calloused heart, bnt: it passed wirli the buoyant justifi- cation :in hn-: -becile.- tentloually" "God takes' of the. fciTlow who errs con'stjinrly GIvp nit. the fellow is '-brl'jrJiJ .enougli to bad which might admil- to purgjiVory in good stnndjng.''.' and' Hi to do the %ood things that wiil let him into hon'ven; 1 often wonder these chnps go after dleTTJ- .me.in. tbe iind Harvara chnps yotf tt-fafces': iii .'clever chap to have any standing atvall: In purgntoiy. Where; do they You. for and sex. Then.- surely .'must-'. Ix- -aj place for tlw- sari u 'sepurjit'ip' Second Performance ,i iwi_ Ulic secure the club offer j ApplyMrs. G. L. Vroomwi, Bompas st. 67-6 sbe. "1 suppose as tlVe" think .bow. bright .the [dojps nn-. ns a niU-" "Uohby a dog is worth. thjin 'Mils' 'master People stenl a dog. lip i 49 saw lilm a f your house last ulgbt _pjd yon "meet Mr ''No.. :AI'thpr Is this that she cpuldn'J g'yt up Will yon do rryiny: respects tad sympathy to hor5; you, yes.. But 'why don't come In -o nd see us." M r. Banse-; ...-._s'-.'-- n day or gladly." Baiisenier was- not apprptched by Harbcrt that day nor the next, aiiy. other day soon, It wts :not until after the third day had ex- pired that he heard from Mrs. Her silence was gratifying and sig- it. meant was strug- Hug with she hnd taken no one ns yet into her confidence. Be was too wary to feel secure in his however.y He abandoned- east thfl't coald tiof ho tried in CARP8TOM Cardston, .Feb.: Quinton died Friday, the 26th inst. The caiise of death, was injuries received ia, falling from five; years -ajtb. Tie funeral was b-ild SunUav Assembly hall. The was filled with svnipaViiiJaif i of the family. The speakers were W: Atkin, Slartin Woolf, Thomas Duce and Bishop Harris; each speaker testifyinjr of; the sterlingr qiial ities possessed by the deceased. JDr. Brant is sellihfi; his j-anch .to Walter Pitcher. Mr. Pitcher intends breaking a part: of the in the sprinsr. John W. Woolf returned from, Ed- monton Saturday; He is pleased to be'in CardstpMi again. S. M. Woolf-has Been ;apDointpd re- turning officer for the Cardston Dis- trict -in the fprthcomine election. About; thirty.-five people from Card- ston attended. the Word. Reunion at (Mountomyiew last; .Saturday. They report hayincr n rnost excelient time. r MOVING (PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Kindness 2. Freedom For All 3v Crocodile Thief" 4. Select Hotel "s'.-o. N I "am Tying the Leaves so They Won't Oome Down Lewis-rSing- .ibg and. talking comedians ;2. Miss Adah southern contralto. Late with the National Opera Co. CoXTi.NUOUS PERFORMANCE NOTICE TO CREDITpRS -Notice is hereby given that I been made- Assignee and Trustee o and: funds "to be equably and pro rata to the credit Eooney of'the city of Leth bndge for, debts contracted" in eon nection .with 'the Arlington hotel bus mess carried on by him in Letnbridge that having i account against-the said Fred Eooney in con nection with the said business' are required .to send 'me before the 15th of March, -1909, a statement of their account- with particulars of the security, if any, held by. theni -Ten- tied by oath or statutory 'declaration, at Lethbridge this 20th day of February, 1900. M: BAKFOKD: MISS 'A. SIMM-High class dress maker. Dress making; done at home bv da-v- Apply Wallwork St., ISorth Ward. XADIES, ATTENTION i Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy'Cottage, :North Ward, -is ready to take ordrae for children's clothes, and blouses ancf underwear, oh the short- est notice. Boi '48-24 SOUTH AFRICAN VETERAN We will, sell your -t a commission of only We are doing a "i this enables ns to make monev ..Nbt lOper cent but on yonr scrip. Write Standard Land Co. Ltd. >r SHEPARD Manager SURPLUS 198 Wiiiipeg Fire Iisnraiice U, JCAPITAI, MEETING AT CRANBROOK -irectors of the Cranbrook i'aric, Limited, held a large meeting i tins week and decided upon a race j mooting, tnis spring, to be held May The officials have opened cor- respondence with the leading horse- Western Canada and the A orthwestern States and anticipate one of the-most successful meetings ever, field in this section of the coun- try. Attractive 'purses will be put first class electrical chanic. Apply at once to W. L. Mc- Kenzie Co. 87-6 TO RENT- rooiru suitable for" two young men. Apply OE a._____. qn Crabb -Street. Apply to Y. JBox- 95; 68-0 Lethbri.dee Hotel. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining righte" of the Dominion in Manitoba, the Ynk'on the North-Wat Territories and British Columbia, may" be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of f 1 an? acre. Not more than. will be leased to one applicant. Application, for a lease must made, to the Agent or Sub-Aceut of the district in which the rights wpr, for are situated. In surveyiof territory must be described by lectioni, or le- gal subdivisions of sectioni, and in unsurveyad territory the traet apptf.' ed for shall be-staked out. Each, application "must be- aocom. panied by a fee of; be refunded if the applied for are not, available but not otherwise. .A royalty shall -be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mme at tlte. TO house just north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m, at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 CO O UX lit I bB-lJ rate of five cents per too, Every lessee of .coal mining, store or building suit- able for a restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. 0. Box 143. Lethbridge. j 65-O ROOM TO: suitable-for gentleman, in modern Apply 412 Burdett St. 68.1 a strictly modern house, with hot and cold water; bath; close in. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 68-6 LOST AND FOUND. bay pony, marked with white star on forehead and branded Th on left shoulder; reward of or information leading to recovery. Write Jos. Pilsbury, Cbaldale, Alta. 59-12 which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn, statement to. that effect at least once in, each year. The leasft will include; the coal nflning rights only; but the lestee may be permitted to purchase whatever: available surface righta may be. COIL; sidered necessary for the "working ol the mine at the rate of For full. informmtfon, applicntion should be made, toSthe SecreUry? ol the Department of "the Xnterkr, Ot- tawa, or any'Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lauds. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be Mid' for. February: 24th a certified cheque on the Bank of Montreal for Reward of. for recov- ery. Carroll Doyle, Taber, Alta. 64-6 large attendance. Had Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years. Wy moA Thin-Only Weighed Seventy-three "Pounds. Now Weighs One. Hundred and Thirteen. When you find your heart least bit out of rhythm, yowr unhinged, your breath pro- bed of 'fake Mil- burn's Heart and Pills. They'll put yoa in iruch condition you'll never know you heart, make your nerves utrong and yoor whole being thrill with rwwlife. Milbuni's Honrt and rills cured Mrs. K. E. Bright, Burnley, Ont. She writes: "I WM greatly troubled, .for six with of breaih, 1 uonkf not walk eighty rods with- ontmiing four or in that short dnUnce. I got to week and thin 1 only' weighed Idfcided to take of Milbnm'l Heart and with !icr he was shrewd Nerve PHlt, and after taking eight boxen AnA__k I gained in ttrength and-weight, And now one trandred and thirteen NKNt I weigbed in ny life. I foe) iretl and M well aa wer I did. Md can tteartily thank Milbwrn's Heart and for it fM box or J for ftt all or mailed dirwt OB rMript of ky T. MilUrn Oo., Toromlo, Oni. lifilit. and he destroyed hii footprints in of the past more completely than ever. David Cable was disposed to be ngreeablc when they met, and Uigby's manner had lost the-toiich of aloofness. Altogether the sitOHtion did not look so dark ns fit bad on the night of the blizzard. guessed at Mrs. Cable's frame of mlod during the three days just jiast by Jhe tenor of her message .over tbo teJephone; She no more than to hinii to drop in before u for a cup of ten, bat he saw beyond tbe depth of Bier invitation. He had n enongh to drop In before 5. No one caine tintf! after .that honr had .He was studiously considerate. There nothing in meaner (o Indit-nte that he HM iinyrhijin mrtf' than the most casual slpfter of (be clety breirs. It loft for her to The llberta BaHwai and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the eHEAPEST LOTS ON THR MARKET lob Horth of tie fiijinatf ail M of VestnlRiter Id.